Maduro seeks earlier elections for National Assembly in a bid to crush the threat posed by proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido.
"Gilet jaune” (yellow vest) protesters took to the streets on Saturday for another weekend of anti-government action, as they paid homage to those injured by police in previous demonstrations.
12,500 students skipped school on Thursday for the fourth week running to march against climate change.
Parked taxis continued to block one of Madrid's main avenues on Monday, as part of an open-ended strike asking for regulation for the online ride-hailing sector.
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Numbers down from December peak
Protesters took to the streets across France for a tenth weekend of national action by the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vest) movement.
A few thousand anti-governent protersters donned yellow jackets on Sunday and marched a kilometre through central London.
The number matches those deployed at the height of the movement in mid-December.
The mural depicts Lady Liberty, the symbol of the French Republic, as painted by Eugene Delacroix in his most famous piece of art from 1830.
On Your Call, Raw Politics tackles the growing discontent in Europe with callers across the bloc and The Telegraph's Brussels Correspondent James Crisp and Greek MEP, Eva Kali.
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